Shades Below, Volume II. | The Vampire Collection

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When the lights go down in the city…the monsters come out to play.

Private investigator Jesper MacMillian, psychic medium Lena Alan, and their friends are back – and the city by the Bay is about to get bloody. There are more than just ghosts walking the streets of San Francisco…there are monsters, too.

THE DEVIL’S DISEASE – When her brother agrees to look into a troubling incident for local vampire Seneca Lynch, psychic medium Lena Alan finds herself in unfamiliar territory. Once again, she turns to private investigator Jesper MacMillian for help. Together, they are drawn into a part of the demimonde where folklore is real and nightmares are born. Both Lena and MacMillian will have to decide just how far into the shadows they’re prepared to go…and which lines they are willing to cross.

THICKER THAN WATER – A vicious attack aboard a riverboat cruise brings Emil and Puzzle to New Orleans. Blood runs cold and passions run hot as a figure from Emil’s past makes a play for his affections, and faced with his own inner demons, Puzzle is blind to everything else. Little does he know there’s something far more sinister than monsters at work in The Big Easy. By the time he realizes his mistake, it may already be too late…

IF YOU WERE MY VAMPIRE – Asher Evans is a man haunted by history. Turned vampire in the concentration camp that claimed his family, he has never recovered from the loss of his humanity. Nearly a century later, the unthinkable happens: he meets a girl. Grace Alan has spent a lifetime trying to be normal. Finally, things seem to be looking up. There’s only one problem: she’s just been murdered.

**BONUS STORY** SAN FRANCISCO NIGHTS – You watched them meet in If You Were My Vampire. Now see what happens when Seneca Lynch and Tonio Ramirez find themselves alone and uninterrupted one hot San Francisco night…

Continue the urban fantasy series readers are calling “spellbinding” and “an exciting ride into the paranormal underground of San Francisco.”

The world you see is just the beginning.

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